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5 /> Absinthe is the green fairy of inspiration that brings visions, madness and wanton dreams. Absinthe 5 the drink of Bohemian Paris. Wild nights at the 5 Rouge were fuelled by this forbidden wormwood liquor.
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Бесплатная. The chilly bite of anise replaces the traditional citrus and lavender top notes, thus refashioning the traditional fougère.
The spicy verdancy scatters across the polished pine base cradled in vetiver.
Where the initial accords are vivid and exhilarating, the drydown possesses a languid and yet assertive character.
The distinctive elegance of this composition is undoubtedly masculine, which is not surprising given that fougères rarely make it into the feminine domain, with few exceptions such as Jean Patou Ma Liberte and Parfums DelRae Eau Illuminée.
And сайт Термопот Leben 475-135 верно!, the kaleidoscopic change of nuances characteristic of fougère intrigues me.
Preparing for a work related meeting, I don an ensemble of wraparound white shirt and slim black skirt.
It feels so effortlessly elegant that my preconception about fougère as a quintessentially masculine genre simply needs to be reconsidered.
It is available from and Barneys.
Andy: Thank you for this most interesting post.
I usually need a bit of sweetness in my fragrances.
Thank you for the review.
May 16, 2006 at 8:06am Judith: I was able to try this in NY before it came out.
I liked it on the strip—but when it interacted with my skin, it somehow produced magic—a magic that everyone who sniffed me felt!
Thank you for the lovely review.
One question—when they were describing the fragrance, I am pretty sure they attributed it to a male perfumer of whom I had never heard, known for his work with woods and spices.
May 16, 2006 at 10:08am helg: This is a very interesting review about a very intriguing perfume.
I admit that although Mandarine Tout Simplement was magnificently life-like, it disappeared much too soon to warrant a purchase and I was disappointed.
I was looking forward to Absinthe and by the look of it it must be at least worth sampling at leisure.
Could you compare it to Timbuktu a bit more analytically, besides the fact that it lacks the slight sweetness of the latter?
I do like Timbuktu Thanks V!
May 16, 2006 at 6:56am Madelyn Etkind: Dear Victoria, Happy Tuesday!
Well — I did my research- the three great biiographies of our Vivien Leigh- are the following.
Vivien Leigh — A Biography by Hugo Vickers, Vivien Leigh by Alexander Walker and lastly Vivien Leigh by Anne Edwards.
There are also books about the great love affair with Lawrence Olivier — too.
Each of these books offers a differnt glimpse into the psyche of this most beautiful yet complicated actress!
Maybe, Посмотреть еще will wear Joy later on this week — in her honor!
Oh, V- I also forgot to tell you that I bought nearly the entire line of the new Patou- Sira des Indes!
Strange name — but it is different — not the familiar florals we know and love!
I usually prefer the Eau de parfum — with Joy and 1000-But, yes I agree Joy in any form is a joy!
Have a fragrant -day!
I am saving big money so far this year!
May 16, 2006 at 11:04am BoisdeJasmin: Andy, it has taken me some time, but I am coming around.
However, there are many fougères that have a much more gentle character.
I have been enjoying Hermes Equipage and Caron Third Man very much as of late.
May 16, 2006 at 1:33pm Tara: I tried a liquid sample of this on my skin last week, and liked it very much.
Looking forward to getting a full-on spritz of it in Paris soon, to get a full picture of it.
May 16, 2006 at 1:41pm BoisdeJasmin: E, I was not impressed with Mandarine either, especially since it hardly lasted on me.
It has a character of a classical fougère.
May 16, 2006 at 1:42pm BoisdeJasmin: Christina, on the contrary, it has plenty of sweetness, but it does not come from vanilla and other vanillic notes.
This sweetness is resinous.
I recommend sampling it first, because it definitely has a masculine character.
May 16, 2006 at 1:45pm BoisdeJasmin: Judith, I smelled it on a friend recently, and it was great on her as well.
Perhaps, the SA made a mistake, or else there is another fragrance in the works?
As for fougere, I am find the 5 to be more and more fascinating.
However, I still steer clear of Drakkar Noir and its close siblings.
May 16, 2006 at 2:07pm BoisdeJasmin: Madelyn, thank you very much for these recommendations.
I shall go to the bookstore soon, and I will check whether I might find one of these books.
I need some pleasure reading for the summer.
May 16, 2006 at 2:10pm BoisdeJasmin: R, it was not nearly as interesting on the blotter as it was on the skin.
Somehow, I think that you might enjoy it, because it has a fair dose of green notes.
For instance, I like it much more than Sel de Vetiver in terms of how quickly it grew on me, rather than any similarities of compositions.
May 16, 2006 at 2:13pm BoisdeJasmin: M, thank you.
It is a very interesting fragrance, and I think that it is 5 worth trying.
May 16, 2006 at 2:14pm BoisdeJasmin: Tara, I hope that you enjoy your trip!
I am already anticipating your interesting posts about it.
May 16, 2006 at 2:15pm Tania: Aha!
Did you ever drink Absinthe?
When it was Видеокамера DAHUA in the UK by people connected with the wonderful British Idler magazine — — it still retained some of its aura of madness and danger.
Unfortunately these days it has become a stag night drink.
Ruins the appeal somewhat.
There is an absinthe shop just around the corner from Marché Ste Catherine in the Marais, which sells several приведу ссылку brands of the drink alongside a collection of absinthe drinking paraphernalia like spoons and crystal glasses, as well as reproductions of 19th century advertising material.
May 16, 2006 at 3:29pm Marina: I am looking forward to trying 5, especially after reading your lovely description.
May 16, 2006 at 11:30am michelle: I got to try this a few weeks back, and really liked it.
It feels cool and hot at the same time.
One of the SAs said it smells softer and better on me than it does on him.
May 16, 2006 at 4:00pm violetnoir: I tested this at Barneys the other weekend, and then sent my sample to someone I knew would appreciate it more than I.
May 16, 2006 at 4:11pm SpIn spezzaincantesimi : hi!!
Scentzilla said that you know Fragonard perfumes and that you are very kind: could you 5 me something about this brand?
I heard the perfumes are clones of more famous perfumes, do you know what is the clone of what?
My understanding is that it is not https://sekretlady.ru/100/pd100-modeli-3h1-datchiki-davleniya-dlya-zhkh-i-teplosetey-oven-preobrazovatel-davleniya-izmeritelni.html it used to be in early 20th century, that it is some kind of imitation.
If it was even remotely hallucinogenic, I cannot imagine that FDA or its European counterparts would allow its production.
My other understanding was that the main ingredient in the original absinthe was the herb called arthemisia, a plant from the sage family which also includes the famous Salvia 5 which is адрес common garden plant.
But may be there is a difference 5 species as between Salvia Divinorum and more familiar Salvia Officinalis.
May 16, 2006 at 8:56pm правы.
Ножницы филировочные 6 DIMI JST1-R640E думаю huu, this all sounds like a читать полностью spring perfume!
This one is just perfect.
I tried absinthe a couple of times, but it did not have any effect on me.
Thank you for the shop recommendation.
It sounds like an interesting place to visit, even if one does not drink absinthe.
May 17, 2006 at 3:03am BoisdeJasmin: Spin, I wish I could be more helpful about Fragonard, but Свитшот мужской СССР than bits on its history as one of Grasse original perfumeries, I do not have much information.
Have you checked their website?
It might be useful.
I have tried nearly all of their fragrances a few years ago, but I have not revisited them lately.
I recall liking Lune de Miel, Arielle and Soleil.
The piney notes in Timbuktu are much darker in contrast.
May 17, 2006 at 3:11am BoisdeJasmin: R violetnoiryou old?
I do not even want to hear this.
I read that re-legalized absinthe allowed for importation does not contain wormwood, Artemisia absinthium, that was traditionally used to manufacture the drink.
May 17, 2006 at 3:18am BoisdeJasmin: Co, oh, do not mention vintage Vent Vert.
What a perfection it was!
I am yet to find anything that can compare.
What can I say?
I am looking forward to sampling it then!
May 22, 2006 at 8:22am patchamour: V, Thanks for the lovely review.
My husband hated it, and was reminded of Drakkar Noir.
On my skin, the anise lasts through вот Масляный радиатор UNIT UOR-123 статейку drydown, and the fragrance becomes much softer.
Has anyone else heard this?
Patchamour May 22, 2006 at 11:13am BoisdeJasmin: Patchamour, I am beginning to realize why I cannot tolerate Drakkar Noir—it is a common scent for those little trees that hangs in taxi cabs.
At least, it is in Ukraine.
The evidence is mixed on whether absinthe was poisonous, although it had a high level of the chemical thujone which is naturally present in artemesia, it probably was.
May 23, 2006 at 2:15pm k-amber: I love Oliver G.
Thank you for wonderful comments as https://sekretlady.ru/100/meranti-plintus-bezh-sg7316btg-8h398.html />May 27, 2006 at 4:11am BoisdeJasmin: K-amber, thank you for your nice compliment.
Tea for Two is one of my winter staples too.
May 30, 2006 at 1:18pm BGfan: I was looking for 5 smokey, dreamy fragrance, and this is exactly how it evolves on my skin.
He asked me which one i want.
Can you please help?
I have timbuktu already.
Which one you suggest?
I want something masculine but no powdery tonka type or balsamic.
I idont want a feminine fragrance or something that will be close to Timbuktu.
If u had to give a present to a man late 40s, which would be your option?
November 14, 2013 at 1:27pm Hannah: Dzing being feminine seems quite arbitrary to me.
November 14, 2013 at 2:18pm : Agree with Hannah!
There is nothing about Dzing that makes it feminine in some conventional way.
If it wears well on you, then go for it.
These are the best as far as i understand.
I read good reviews about mechant loup as well.
No worthing any discission?
Dzing has a lot of lovers, but to be frank, some people think it smells like a hamster cage.
This review is a very good assessment.
November 14, 2013 at 3:25pm marios: Hannah, finally, Mechant loup arrived and after wearing it for 2-3 days, unfortunately it doent work on me.
I читать статью try to swap it with something else if i find someone… November 29, 2013 at 2:10am marios: bought it finally after some months thinking about it….
This together with Dzing and timbuktu are the best from the house indeed.
July 30, 2014 at 9:19am What do you think?
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